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What is a fly?
Flies are insects that have one pair of wings and are common all around the world. It is important to note that the presence of flies often does not reflect the cleanliness of the area. Flies may still be present within a clean, disinfected area. Whether it’s a housefly, fruit fly, sandfly, cluster fly, bluebottle fly, horse fly, flesh fly, drain fly or any other pestering variety that you are dealing with; Phantom Fly Control Vancouver will offer the perfect solution to remove these unwanted guests from your facility.
What do flies do?
Fly infestations should be taken care of as earliest as possible.
- Their potential to cause harm should not be underestimated as flies are active carriers of several diseases that are very harmful to humans. Some common examples include Salmonella, Thyroid Fever, Cholera, Rotavirus and Dysentery.
- Flies may contaminate food and are often associated with uncleanliness when it comes to workplaces and homes.
- The buzzing noise of flies may create stress and a sense of dicomfort for those experiencing the nuisance.
Fly control strategies vary from sealing the entrance way of flies, destroying their breeding place, to further upgrading sanitation levels. As for the fly population already roaming around, we have effective fly control solution options such as fly baits and liquid applications. Insecticides would only be used in severe cases of fly infestations.
The fly control insect light trap is an energy-saving, cost-effective, and easily insatiable fly control method used by Phantom. The LED technology and fly light insect glue boards are both efficient ways to trap flies.
Proper outdoor sanitation is key when it comes to keeping the flies out. Controlling fly infestations can be as simple as keeping doors and windows closed, disposing food products appropriately, as well as simple changes in gardening architectures to avoid favourable conditions for the breeding of flies.